C10100 Oxygen Free Electronic Copper (CDA 101) C10100 Oxygen-Free Electronic Copper, also known as OFE, is a 99.99% pure copper with 0.0005% oxygen content. C101 achieves a minimum 101% IACS conductivity rating. This copper is finished to a final form in a
C10100 copper is a lightly alloyed grade of copper, formulated for primary forming into wrought products. CW009A is the EN numeric designation for this material. C10100 is the UNS number. Additionally, the SAE designation is CA101. And the AFNOR (French) designation is Cu-c2. The properties of C10100 copper include eleven common variations.
Material and Manufacture 5.1 Material—The material of manufacture shall be billets, bars, or tube of Copper UNS9 No. C10100, C10200, C10300, C10800, C12000, or C12200, and shall be of such soundness as to be suitable for processing into the tubular products de- scribed.
Bright annealed copper tube is an almost pure copper tube manufactured to the requirements of ASTM B 68 - Standard Specification for Seamless Copper Tube, Bright Annealed. It may be manufactured from any one of the following alloysC10200, C10300, C10800, C12000, or C12200 unless specified otherwise on the original contract or purchase order.
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C10100 Oxygen-Free Copper Oxygen-Free Copper. Oxygen-free high thermal conductivity (OFHC) C10100 copper is used for electrical and electronic conductors, wave guides, cavity resonators, super conductor matrixes, vacuum tube and solid-state devices, and glass to metal seals.
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Copper Tube Material Chart C66400 C69800 C60600 C62400 C64700 C66100 C10100 C18200 C18150 C18000 C17510 C17200 C15000 C14500 C10200 C11000 Tubes in good straightness, with clean surface of both inside and outside Best Field Indicators are color, ductility and crystal habit. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Quality ( C106 - ACR )
C10100- 102 OFHC, C11000ETP, SCH 40 & 80 . Custom Shapes. Beryllium Copper. Available in Bar and Strip-- C17200, C17300, C17500, C17510 Beryllium Copper is the strongest and best spring material among all copper alloys for application in high temperature, high corrosive and high electrical current environment.
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Copper and Copper Alloy Tube, Pipe and Fittings COPPER and COPPER ALLOY TUBE and PIPE Seamless Copper PipeCopper pipe is almost pure copper manufactured to the requirements of ASTM B 42-Standard Specification for Seamless Copper Pipe, Standard Sizes. It may be manufactured from any of five (5) copper alloys (C10200,
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There are 1,474 copper alloy c10100 suppliers, mainly located in Asia. The top supplying countries or regions are China, United States, and India, which supply 98%, 1%, and 1% of copper alloy c10100 respectively. Copper alloy c10100 products are most popular in
Farmer’s Copper Ltd. inventories C10100 (OFE) and C10200 (OFHC) copper round rod ½” to 6” diameter. C101 and C102 copper is produced by melting and pouring copper in the presence of carbon or carbonaceous gases so the oxygen can be absorbed.
5.1 Material—The material of manufacture shall be billets, bars, or tube of Copper UNS9 No. C10100, C10200, C10300, C10800, C12000, or C12200, and shall be of such soundness as to be suitable for processing into the tubular products de-scribed. 5.2 Manufacture—The tube shall
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This specification establishes the requirements for wrought forms and fabricated shapes of oxygen-free copper with UNS No. C10100 suitable for use in electron devices. Specimens shall be appropriately sampled and shall undergo hydrogen embrittlement (reverse bend) test, special macro examination, and special microscopical examination.